Huawei boss: UK 'won't say no to us' over 5G rollout

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Ren Zhengfei confident of UK deal with Chinese company, but security concerns remain The founder and chief executive of Huawei has said Britain “won’t say no to us” over the Chinese firm’s involvement in the rollout of 5G mobile internet infrastructure. The UK is considering the inclusion of Huawei equipment in the project after Donald Trump in May in effect banned the company from trading with Am
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